In a revised travel advisory, the U.S State Department said that the “terrorist groups” were continuing to plot potential attacks in Sri Lanka after more than 290 people were killed and 500 injured in the blast in luxury hotels and churches on Sunday.

In the revised warning, it noted that “terrorists may attack with little or no warning” that was dated on Sunday in U.S. time.

It claims that potential targets also include transportation hubs, tourist locations, places of worship, airports, hotels, and other public areas.

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